ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) will jam capital city Islamabad on 18 December as part of its Plan C, PakistanTribe learnt from media sources.
PTI will jam Islamabad on 18 December as a part of its Plan C and 11 different places will be focused as center points of strike. PTI had announced its Plan C in reaction of government’s cold response on poll fraud case.
PTI has finalized its strategy for shutting down the capital in 11 different places.Decision was reviewed in a meeting held at PTI Regional Head Office Melody Islamabad in the presidency of Amir Mughal.
Already decided plan will be followed on 18 but the mistakes of Faisalabad and Lahore strikes will not be repeated. It was also decided that workers will be strictly instructed to stay peaceful.
These areas of Islamabad will be jammed with special focus.
01. Abpara Chowk
02. Margallah Road (F-10 Round about)
03. Main Kashmir Highway (G-11 Signal)
04. Tarnol Chowk
05. Golra Mor (Haji Camp)
06. I J P Principal Road (Khyaban)
07. Faizabad Chowk
08. Bahra Kaho (Athal Chowk)
09. Chirah Chowk (Letrar Road)
11. Khanna Pull (Express Highway)
12. Rawat (T Chowk)
All these are main passage ways of twin cities and jamming these areas will result the complete jam in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Responsibilities are given to PTI workers and strike will start from 6:30am. It was also decided that if government will interfere in protest the protesters will sit in before IG and Commissioner offices.
It was specially focused that all ambulances will be privileged with free movements and no worker will stop their movement.
It is pertinent to mention that PTI Chairman Imran Khan says that PTI is jamming Pakistan not for any personal interest but for the sake of Justice and government is responsible for Sit-In, Rallies and Shut-Down.
Further another issue was also focused that any PTI worker found in misbehave with ladies will be entertained strictly.
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